NORMAN, Okla. – Baylor soccer (7-2-2, 1-1-1) had a strong shot output, but couldn’t find the net, locking in a 0-0 scoreless draw after two overtime periods with the Oklahoma Sooners (2-8-2, 0-1-1) on Friday evening at John Crain Field.
The Bears ended with a 20-5 advantage on shots, including nine shots on goal and a 6-0 advantage on shots taken in the two overtime period. OU’s McKinley Crone had a career night in goal, finishing with all nine of OU’s saves.
Freshman goalkeeper Jennifer Wandt notched her fifth solo shutout of the season, improving to 5-2-1 on the year. Wandt was only tested twice, coming up with both saves for the Bears.
*Baylor is now 9-7-6 in the all-time series with the Sooners.
*Baylor played its third-straight overtime match and its fifth of the season, moving to 2-1-2 in extra time contests and 0-0-2 in matches that go beyond the first OT period.
*Kennedy Brown logged her first playing time since Sept. 3 vs. Ball State, providing key contributions with four shots and a career-high three shots on goal in just 20 minutes of play.
*Baylor remains unbeaten in true road contests, moving to 2-0-2 on the year.
STAT OF THE MATCH
9 – Baylor’s shots on goal in Friday’s match, its third-highest SOG count in 2017 and the team’s highest in Big 12 play.
Baylor takes the short trip over to Stillwater, set to face the No. 19 Oklahoma State Cowgirls (9-1-2) on Sunday, Oct. 1, at 1 p.m.